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Video Surveillance Systems in Texas

Texas is the second biggest state in the United States of America. The population of Texas is over 26.4 million and is growing at a much more rapid rate than any other state in the country. Although Austin is the capital, Houston is in fact the largest city in Texas. Other major cities include San Antonio, Dallas-Fort Worth and El Paso. Texas borders Mexico to the south and was part of Mexico until 1836 when Texas became an independent republic after a long battle with Mexico. In 1845 Texas was annexed by the US as the 28th state. There was an oil boom in the early 20th century that exploded Texas’ economy and brought many new residents to the state. Today the state has a booming business environment with 57 Fortune 500 companies. Texas has many nationally ranked universities, including The University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M University, which draws students from around the country. The state also has many landmarks that draw thousands of tourists such as the Alamo, museums and the film and music festivals in Austin.

The crime rate in Texas is about average compared to other US states but this may be due in part to its large size. Texas is known for its strong criminal punishment and as of 2008 it has the 4th highest incarceration rate in the US. Texas is also one of 32 states that practices capital punishment. There are many strong self defense laws in the state that allow citizens to use lethal force when protecting their property. The chance of becoming a victim of crime in Texas is 1 in 245. Many citizens take the responsibility of protecting their property very seriously and have employed the use of video surveillance systems for years. Surveillance systems often stop crime before it happens and in some cases lead to the quick capture of criminals. For citizens who make security a top priority, surveillance systems are integral. Many Texas cities use surveillance systems in their museums, theme parks and other businesses not only to protect against crime but also to protect citizens from possible danger. To protect a state as large as Texas, surveillance systems lend a helping hand.

State of Texas Capitol
1100 Congress Ave
Austin, TX 78701

University of Texas at Austin
2100 Comal St
Austin, TX 78712

Alamo Mission
300 Alamo Plaza
San Antonio, TX 78205

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